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Hello, Poison types are my favorite in Pokémon, and thanks to StarsMmd I was able to mod my favorite game to make all the Shadow Pokémon poison type.

Since there aren't enough poison types, the unevolved forms received stat changes so they can still perform well. They don't evolve so they have their own role. For example, the Nidorans are fast and have great attack, while their evolutions have more balanced stats.

I was still short of Shadow Pokémon so I made up new ones, like Umbreon, who is Dark/Poison since his sweat is poisonous.

The hack is tested and possible to beat.

 

Features

-All the Shadow Pokémon are poison type.

-The unevolved Pokémon have updated stats. They don't evolve and the stat total is the same than their last form.

-"New" poison type Pokémon.

-Slightly modified learnsets for few Pokémon.

-Shadow Pokémon are purified faster.

-Opposite teams are changed but bosses retrain the same strategies. Nobody uses poison type Pokémon except you, aside from the shadow ones. Mt. Battle and Battle Mode trainers are unchanged.

-Custom banner.

 

Screenshots

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Download

https://mega.nz/#!clBC1CQA!rXl9WoAe4bgVPgHupVThS9jJ6oku_xI4dbF96Ls_hB0

 

Quick summary of changes in the Pokémon you can have

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  • Bulbasaur: Balanced stats
  • Ivysaur: Defensive role
  • Venusaur: unchanged
  • Beedrill: New ability -> Levitate
  • Ekans: Support role
  • Arbok: unchanged
  • Nidoran female: High special attack
  • Nidorina: Support role
  • Nidoqueen: unchanged
  • Nidoran male: High physical attack
  • Nidorino: Balanced stats
  • Nidoking: unchanged
  • Zubat: High speed and attack
  • Golbat: Defensive role
  • Crobat: unchanged
  • Oddish: Higher speed and Special attack
  • Gloom: Defensive role
  • Vileplume: unchanged
  • Paras: New type -> Bug/Poison, high speed and Special attack
  • Parasect: New type -> Bug/Poison
  • Venonat: Bulky, high Special attack
  • Venomoth: New ability -> Levitate
  • Bellsprout: High offense
  • Weepinbell: Balanced stats
  • Victreebel: unchanged
  • Tentacool: High speed and Special attack
  • Tentacruel: unchanged
  • Grimer: Defensive role with good offense
  • Muk: unchanged
  • Gastly: High speed and Special Attack
  • Haunter: High speed and offense
  • Gengar: unchanged
  • Hypno: New type -> Psychic/Poison
  • Koffing: Physical defense and offense
  • Weezing: unchanged
  • Seadra: New type -> Dragon/Poison, better stats overall
  • Spinarak: Better speed stat
  • Ariados: unchanged
  • Umbreon: New type -> Dark/Poison
  • Gligar: New type -> Ground/Poison, New ability -> Levitate
  • Qwilfish: unchanged
  • Shickle: New type -> Rock/Poison
  • Dustox: New ability -> Levitate
  • Shroomish: New type -> Grass/Poison
  • Breloom: New type -> Fighting/Poison
  • Torkoal: New type -> Fire/Poison
  • Roselia: unchanged
  • Gulpin: Defensive role
  • Swalot: unchanged
  • Seviper: unchanged
  • Cradily: New type -> Rock/Poison

 

 

Check out my other hacks:
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Edited by JagGentlemann
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I always thought Gligar should be part poison. That colouration does not look like Ground/Flying!

BTW, what does "The unevolved Pokémon have updated stats. They don't evolve and the stat total is the same than their last form." mean? Is it that Pokémon that evolve in future gens have their evolved forms base stats or that all Pokémon that can evolve just have their fully evolved Pokémon's stats?

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6 hours ago, Blob55 said:

BTW, what does "The unevolved Pokémon have updated stats. They don't evolve and the stat total is the same than their last form." mean? Is it that Pokémon that evolve in future gens have their evolved forms base stats or that all Pokémon that can evolve just have their fully evolved Pokémon's stats?

 

It means that for example, Bellsprout doesn't evolve to Weepinbell and Weepinbell doesn't evolve to Victreebel. Victreebel's total stat count is 480, so Bellsprout's and Weepinbell's total stat count is 480 too, but the points are balanced in a different way.

You can see in the hidden part of the post something like this:

  • Bellsprout: High offense
  • Weepinbell: Balanced stats
  • Victreebel: unchanged

This means that Victreebel's stats are unchanged. 

Bellsprout's stat count is 300, so I added him 180 more points, most of them in the offensive stats.

Weepinbell's stat count is 390, so I added him 90 more points in order to balance all of them.

I hope this solves your confusion.

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